Remember those cool new MP3 players that we showed you the other day from Samsung? Well Vincent was able to get his hands on the YP-P2 while at the show today, and he shot some video of him playing with it. Check it out.
Have you ever wondered if your monitor was actually watching you? If so, you’re probably just paranoid. However, Samsung recently unveiled their newest SyncMaster 225UW monitor with a built-in webcam and headphone jack.
DVRs have almost become commonplace in most households. I personally don’t know if I could watch TV without one ever again. I hate flipping through channels to find something good, and I especially hate watching really bad commercials. Since many people are using DVRs, why not just integrate that function into your TV? That’s exactly what LG is thinking.
Sansung was showing off their latest digital camcorder at the show today. The new VP-HMX10A is good looking, and won’t take up too much space in your camera bag.
iRiver has announced the release of their new B20 PMP. The new player features a 2.4-inch screen and supports many of the popular audio and video formats as well as FM radio.
The B20 will have internal storage of either 1, 2 or 4GB and you’ll be able to add your own SD card for additional storage. You’ll get up to 27 hours of battery life out of it when listening to audio files.
The problem with all of your portable gadgets is that the battery always dies when it’s least convenient. Philips has announced a new product that hopes to eliminate this issue.
Remember when Philips launched their Ambilight TVs? It seems like it wasn't that long ago, but apparently Ambilight is on its way out the door to be replaced by Aurea.
The all white one has been spotted at in a Taiwanese shop. No one knows whether it was produced this way by Nokia or whether the shop did it themselves.
Creative has just announced the release of their latest PMP in the Zen line which is small, yet still packs a decent-sized screen.
nVidia, the company best known for their bleeding edge graphics technologies is at it again, ATI dropped their HD series of cards so now nVidia has to best them. Their apparent intention is to replace the 8000 series of cards with the G92 at the mid level and the G98 at the low end.
The direct replacement that the G92 is making is of the GeForce 8800GTS. The G98 will replace some or all of the lower end 8000 series cards.